The NHSCFA is a health authority charged with identifying, investigating and preventing fraud and other economic crime within the NHS and the wider health group.
Find out about the role of the NHSCFA board and its members.
Find out about how we tackle fraud, bribery, corruption and other economic crime affecting the NHS and the wider health group.
The NHSCFA works with a wide range of partner organisations to identify, investigate and prevent fraud within the NHS.
Find out more about the NHSCFA's approach to fighting fraud, the legal basis for our work and our achievements.
Read the latest news and updates from the NHSCFA.
Providing a comprehensive forensic computing service to the NHS.
Leading on work to identify and tackle fraud and other economic crime in NHS Wales.
Find information, advice and guidance on working for the NHSCFA, including guidance for applicants and current vacancies.
All the information you need to get in touch with the NHSCFA.
This section covers the information and data that is collected, processed and stored by the NHSCFA.
We estimate that the NHS is vulnerable to £1.21 billion worth of fraud each year.
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NHS to the NHSCFA.
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